Emerging Pathogens: The Archaeology, Ecology, And Evolution Of Infectious Disease #2020

Emerging Pathogens: The Archaeology, Ecology, And Evolution Of Infectious Disease By Charles Greenblatt Mark Spigelman Peter L. Diggle Emerging Pathogens The Archaeology Ecology And Evolution Of Infectious Disease Many ancient diseases with a long history of afflicting mankind such as Tuberculosis and Malaria are re emerging at the beginning of the st century This title brings together palaeopathologists a
  • Title: Emerging Pathogens: The Archaeology, Ecology, And Evolution Of Infectious Disease
  • Author: Charles Greenblatt Mark Spigelman Peter L. Diggle
  • ISBN: 9780198509004
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Emerging Pathogens: The Archaeology, Ecology, And Evolution Of Infectious Disease By Charles Greenblatt Mark Spigelman Peter L. Diggle Many ancient diseases with a long history of afflicting mankind, such as Tuberculosis and Malaria, are re emerging at the beginning of the 21st century This title brings together palaeopathologists, anthropologists, molecular biologists and modern infectious disease specialists to examine this phenomenon.
    Emerging Pathogens: The Archaeology, Ecology, And Evolution Of Infectious Disease By Charles Greenblatt Mark Spigelman Peter L. Diggle
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